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It’s been roughly a month since I’ve started to revive Design to Five. Whether you have been here since day one or just joining the Design to five Fam, here is a quick recap of what’s been going down these past several weeks:
We’ve discovered some useful factors to consider during our decision processes when planning future trips. I have already applied many of these tips this year and have a trip coming up pretty soon (wahoo!). Don’t forget to check out part two with factors 11-20 after!
20 Factors to Consider When Planning Your Next Trip (Factors 1-10)
I’ve flexed those videographer muscles and created my first, but not last, Design to Five travel video from my trip to Portugal last fall. Check out the scenes that make Portugal breathtaking and see me in my true form (with the inevitable derpy moments).
Travel Video: This is Portugal.
Get a new perspective on things and take your sightseeing to a whole new level. Check out where to see some of the best aerial views in Europe.
Birds-eye View: 10 European Cities with Breathtaking Views and Where to Find Them
Thinking about visiting Montreal? Do you like cool things? Do you like cool buildings? Then this post on the top architectural sites in Montreal might be just what you are looking for.
10 Architectural Sites to Visit in Montreal
And wrapping up month one of the Design to Five revival is a peek into my personal travel journal. See what goes on in this lil noggin’ when I’m traveling and take a peek at what it’s like for me to live in the moment.
Simply Living: The Gift of Travel
Thank you so much for your support and encouragement! I’m hoping that this next month of content will take things up a notch. A product feature is in the works and I have a lot of exciting ideas!
This journey is a slow and steady one, but I am ready and willing to take things to the next step. Thanks for coming along for the ride.
Want to be a part of the Design to Five family? We’d love to have you. Follow on Instagram and/or facebook @desingtofive to be in the loop. That’s it for now. Thanks for reading!
Until next week,